By theSLAYERFrom Index 01 to Index 08, the Wild Area News makes it available to catch a Gigantamax Butterfree via the Dynamax Crystal ★And337 on Pokémon Shield, even though ★And337 was not made available to players until Index 14, which by then the encounter was changed to Gigantamax Corviknight.
This is a Mewtwo that was set to be catchable, from the Pokémon Day 2020 event, that featured a lv. 100 Mewtwo that is not catchable.
Even tho it was battled with 6 perfect IVs, when caught, it doesn't have any IVs.
With the release of Pokémon Crystal on the Virtual Console for 3DS, Celebi (shiny and non-shiny) can be transferred up using Pokemon Transporter,
due to the fact that VC Pokémon Crystal allows players to get the GS BALL legitimately (without hacking or glitching).
However, Pokémon Crystal was not released to the Korean 3DS's, neither in Korean (as Korean Pokémon Crystal didn't exist back in the day) nor in international languages (as in Korean 3DS never got it).
As such, the only Virtual Console games that do not have access to Celebi are the Korean versions of Generation II,
as the Korean Virtual Console titles cannot communicate with the Japanese nor International versions.
While it would be illegal, Pokémon Transporter allows the transfer of a Korean Celebi from Generation II.
This page contains a shiny and non-shiny Celebi modeled after the one caught in Ilex Forest of Pokémon Crystal.
For the "Get BP at the Battle Tree" Global Mission,
2 sets of QR Rental Team PGL Pokemon were uploaded online, for players who wants to use a different team to challenge the Battle Tree.
As per any other QR Rental Team, the team normally cannot be saved as part of the player's Pokemon.
Credits and Original Thread:
Programmed into Pokemon Diamond, Pearl and Platinum Versions, is an unreachable location called the Hall of Origin.
There, players will be able to challenge and potentially capture a level 80 wild Arceus.
However, the key item that would activate an in-game event to reach this place, the Azure Flute, was never released.
Based on an interview with Junichi Masuda with Nintendo World Report in 2013,
it was revealed that the Azure Flute event was thought to be too confusing for players, hence the idea of distributing it was scrapped.
Before the JP Movie Arceus distribution in Gen 6, one of the reasons why this event is much coveted,
with many attempting to get a tweaking method to succeed, is due to the fact that this Arceus can be encountered shiny.
This page contains the Arceus that would have been encountered there, achieved by some form of cheating:
[SPA] Spanish Arceus, credits @suloku [ENG] English Arceus, credits @theSLAYER (TID/SID/OT modded to follow suloku's copy) [KOR] Korean Arceus, credits @theSLAYER [JPN] Japanese Arceus, credits @theSLAYER
To contribute an Arceus of a language not yet contributed, do so here:
Analysis of the Pokemon Bank gift format shows that it holds WC6FULL files, and can hold up to 6 of them.
The remaining 3, while having it's species dummied out, actually holds data:
What's interesting with the information above is:
1. OT is Satoshi (ASH)
2. All Distribution titles (including for the Regi's) is "Zekrom Present"
3. Fusion Bolt and Haze, are both moves associated with Zekrom (or more specifically, Ash's Zekrom)
4. The inclusion of Light of Ruin and Fairy Gem
Speculating on what the leftover data means:
The data suggests that Ash's Zekrom was initially used for testing,
but the changing of the first move to Eternal Flower Floette's signature move and the inclusion of the Fairy Gem,
hints that Eternal Flower Floette could have been the second round of testing, before getting the Species and Forme data wiped out.
As such, I'm also attaching a modified wonder card to showcase the Eternal Flower Floette.
This Pokémon was first seen as a sketch in AZ's flashback, and later seen as a 3D model after that battle with Pokemon Trainer AZ.
Since then, it was discovered to be a Pokémon with fully programmed data, however was never released to players.
Besides Pokémon X&Y, the data for this Pokémon exists in Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire, Pokémon Sun & Moon, Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon
and also Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu & Eevee (while the species was not available, the data is in the personal_info narc).
Additionally, I also attached a slightly recreated Ash's Zekrom; an re-imagining of the first debugger gift format.
Throughout the gameplay of the Pokemon Sun & Moon - Demo Version,
there have been many encounters with Pokemon that cannot be captured or transferred,
due to various reasons set up by the developers by various story elements.
As these Pokemon are uncatchables, they were obtained by extraction from RAM dumps.
(For Kukui's Pikachu, it's obtained by having it "transferred to nature" which actually goes to PC, then extracted using PKHeX)
This page features the following Pokemon Sets:
Kukui's Trial: VS Totem Hakamo-o Ash's Greninja Pikachu Loaned from Professor Kukui Various Wild Encounters
In case it isn't obvious,
NONE OF THESE ARE LEGAL POKEMON.
These entries were obtained by @jojo12100, @BlackShark and @theSLAYER
In Pokemon XY and Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire, exists Super Training missions hidden in the game, meant to be unlocked via events.
However, these were never released to the public, hence @SciresM made hacked versions of these Super Training.
All of these missions features battling other Mega Evolution Balloons that are not showcased in Secret Super Training missions.
There are a total of 6 hidden missions:
Balloons Name Mawile
Mega Mawile Fearsome! Twin Tales of Jutting Jaws! Banette
Mega Banette Danger Zipped Up Tight! Scizor
Mega Scizor Stuck between the Strong and the Strong! Alakazam
Mega Alakazam Dazzling! A Dizzying Dance of Spoons! Magikarp
Mega Gyarados What an Upstart! Magikarp Is Moving Up! Mewtwo
Mega Mewtwo X
Mega Mewtwo Y Watch It! Multiple Mega Evolutions!
Any Pokemon that participates and completes these missions, get their data altered (bitflags in byte 0x3A),
so for sake of Legality of your Pokemon, do not participate in these missions.
You've been warned!
This file was hosted on Mystery Gift Servers of Pokemon X and Y, however was ultimately not released for download,
presumably because it was later distributed by the Pokemon Bank service.
Attached are the ENG, FRE, GER, ITA and SPA version of this wonder card.
The Pokemon generated by this wonder card should be the indistinguishable against the Pokemon Bank Celebi.
Internal name: 0532_BankCelebi_EU_E_Serial
Species Celebi Nickname (default, save lang) OT (recipient) TID (recipient) Distribution Intended to be
Serial Code Location Pokémon Link Dates Unreleased as-is PID Cannot Be Shiny Games XY Lv. 10 Nature Random Ability Natural Cure (1) Item None
Classic Moves (ITALIC means Relearnable) Recover Heal Bell Safeguard Hold Back WC ID 532: 「It's the Mythical Pokémon Celebi!」's receiving text 0x35 Thank you for receiving this distribution! Please pick up your gift from the delivery girl in any Pokémon Center. It's the Mythical Pokémon Celebi! Congratulations! You have received the
Mythical Pokémon Celebi—a Psychic- and
Grass-type Pokémon that travels across
time and is known as the guardian of
February 3rd 2018, players received their first event for the Year of Legendary, with the Original Trainer as 2018 Legends.
It is interesting to note, that before the release of the event, there were a few test cardsm with the OT as Legends 2018 instead.
This page hold those normally unobtainable test cards.
Various Ash's Pikachus have appeared online, as per any other tests.
Additionally, there were a few instances that the same card was uploaded multiple times.
This page will host only unique variations. (exact duplicates of the same card will not be uploaded)
However, it is important to note that every one of these Pikachu have some detail that is different from the official release,
such as Incorrect WC ID and TID/SID combo, or using Charizard as a base.
As a result, none of these wonder cards are legal.
It appears only the English cards were tested.
Below will be display a few examples.
Target Charizard as base card:
Species Charizard Nickname (default, save lang) OT Bullseye TID 100117 Distribution Testing Location a lovely place Dates (Various) PID Cannot Be Shiny Games SM Lv. 50 Nature Random Ability Blaze (1) Item Red Card Bundled Item None
Classic Moves (ITALIC means Relearnable) Dragon Dance Flare Blitz Fly Earthquake WC ID 627: 「Pikachu test」's receiving text 0x2C Thank you for playing Pokémon! Please pick up your gift from the deliveryman in any Pokémon Center. Pikachu test Pikachu test Format Ver.1.0.5-3, Post Updated Date:20170919_2100
Original Cap (incorrect WC ID & TIDSID):
Species Pikachu (Original Cap) Nickname (default, save lang) OT Ash TID 090898 Distribution Testing Location a lovely place Dates (Various) PID Cannot Be Shiny Games SM Lv. 1 Nature Hardy Ability Static (1) Item None Bundled Item Pikashunium Z
Wishing Moves (ITALIC means Relearnable) Thunderbolt Quick Attack Thunder Agility WC ID 626: 「Ash's Pikachu (Original Cap)」's receiving text 0x2C Thank you for playing Pokémon! Please pick up your gift from the deliveryman in any Pokémon Center. Ash's Pikachu (Original Cap) Ash and Pikachu have been together
since their fateful encounter on
Ash's 10th birthday. Pikachu has been
at Ash's side since his first step toward
becoming a Pokémon Master! Format Ver.1.0.5-3, Post Updated Date:20170919_2101
Hoenn Cap (Incorrect WC ID, TID possibly being completely wrong):
Species Pikachu (Hoenn Cap) Nickname (default, save lang) OT Ash TID 091303 Distribution Testing Location a lovely place Dates (Various) PID Cannot Be Shiny Games SM Lv. 6 Nature Hardy Ability Static (1) Item None Bundled Item Pikashunium Z
Wishing Moves (ITALIC means Relearnable) Thunderbolt Quick Attack Thunder Iron Tail WC ID 626: 「Ash's Pikachu (Hoenn Cap)」's receiving text 0x2C Thank you for playing Pokémon! Please pick up your gift from the deliveryman in any Pokémon Center. Ash's Pikachu (Hoenn Cap) Ash and Pikachu travel across
the ocean to the amazing Hoenn region.
Together with their faithful
companions, they embark on
a high-spirited adventure. Format Ver.1.0.5-3, Post Updated Date:20170919_2101
This file was hosted on Mystery Gift Servers of Pokemon Bank, and is not accessible normally.
(The Pokemon Bank service retrieves the data from here, in order to give players the Mewnium Z)
However, it appears that Pokemon Bank changes the data when writing it to Pokemon Sun and Moon.
The most noticeable changes are:
Wonder card ID from 4 to 0 Wonder card color from Purple to Gold.
As there haven't been any other Pokemon Bank gifts in Generation 7,
it is not known if this change occurs for every wonder card that Pokemon Bank processes.
Internal name: present_n_0
WC 4: Pokémon Bank Mewnium Z
x 1 0x37 Please pick up your gift from the deliveryman in any Pokémon Center.
Pokemon Bank | Not officially distributed as-is | Nil Pokémon Bank
On 23rd April, 2017, 3 wonder cards popped into the Mystery Gift Server.
While 2 of them remained unchanged and was later distributed on May 2nd,
one of the wonder cards had it's Trainer ID changed, and the updated version wasn't distributed until 9th May, 2017.
This Sandshrew is the first version of that event, with this original card being not normally accessible to players.
(The updated version is released to players, over here)
Species Sandshrew (Alola) Nickname (default, save lang) OT 썬문 TID 170503 Distribution Serial Code Location a lovely place Dates Not officially distributed as-is PID Cannot Be Shiny Games KO: SM Lv. 10 Nature Random Ability Snow Cloak (1) Item None Bundled Item None
Classic Moves (ITALIC means Relearnable) Rapid Spin Ice Ball Powder Snow Bide WC ID 1108: 「모래두지(알로라의 모습) 선물」's receiving text 0x35 Thank you for watching the Pokémon animation! Please pick up your gift from the deliveryman in any Pokémon Center. 모래두지(알로라의 모습) 선물 「포켓몬스터 썬&문」 TV방송을 기념해서
I usually don't indulge in making fakes, but this time round I made a few edits to the standard Pokemon Sun & Moon Demo: Greninja to showcase a few (presently) unreleased details:
1. Shiny Ash-Greninja Note: Unlike Ash-Pikachu, there's shiny coloration, so maybe it'll be released in the future?
2. Pokemon GO Location Header
3. Pokemon GO Icon
4. Pokemon GO Mystery Gift receiving text.
Images in screenshots section.
Species Ash-Greninja (Inactive) Nickname (default, in ) OT Ash TID 131017 Distribution Unreleased Location Pokémon GO Dates Unreleased PID Specified: 2E662CDB Games Unreleased Lv. 36 Met Lv. 5 Nature Random Ability Battle Bond (1) Item None Bundled Item None
Souvenir Moves (ITALIC means Relearnable) Water Shuriken Aerial Ace Double Team Night Slash WC ID 0: 「Special Go Demo Version Ash-Greninja」's receiving text 0x58 Thank you for playing Pokémon GO! Please pick up your gift from the deliveryman in any Pokémon Center.
This file was hosted on Mystery Gift Servers of Pokemon Sun and Moon, however was ultimately not released for download.
It is speculated that the purpose of this wonder card was simply to test if the serial code service is functioning properly.
Only the English version was uploaded for the testing.
Internal name: 599_BottleCap_EU_EN_Serial
WC 599: Bottle Cap Bottle Cap
x 12 0x00 Please pick up your gift from the deliveryman in any Pokémon Center.
Serial Code | Not officially distributed as-is | EU 3DS: SM Bottle Cap Bottle Cap test
On August 5th, 2017, around 01:37 GMT, a Marshadow test card was uploaded for testing, and quickly removed.
As per previous tests, it was likely to test if the the Serial Codes they have on hand can retrieve the card from the correct Wonder Card ID slot.
(Meaning, they're likely reserving this wonder card ID for international releases of Marshadow)
The data is identical to the upcoming Red Hot Charizard (it's used as a base, for the dummy test)
Internal Name: 0626_Marshadow_Serial_Test-Mo-1501897008
Species Charizard Nickname (default, save lang) OT Test TID 100117 Distribution Serial Code (unreleased) Location a lovely place Dates (unreleased) PID Cannot Be Shiny Games SM Lv. 50 Nature Random Ability Blaze (1) Item Red Card Bundled Item None
Classic Moves (ITALIC means Relearnable) Dragon Dance Flare Blitz Fly Earthquake WC ID 626: 「Marshadow Test」's receiving text 0x2C Thank you for playing Pokémon! Please pick up your gift from the deliveryman in any Pokémon Center. Marshadow Test Marshadow Test
As early as June 12th, 2017, this event has been uploaded onto the servers for testing.
Two different versions (namely Full TID 8087 and 080817) were uploaded, and differs from the final release.
Species Salazzle Nickname (default, save lang) OT Clovis TID (various) Distribution Serial Code Location a lovely place Dates (Unreleased) PID Cannot Be Shiny Games SM Lv. 50 Nature Random Ability Corrosion (1) Item Focus Sash Bundled Item None
Classic Moves (ITALIC means Relearnable) Fake Out Toxic Sludge Bomb Flamethrower WC ID 607: 「Salazzle is ready for battle」's receiving text 0x2C Thank you for playing Pokémon! Please pick up your gift from the deliveryman in any Pokémon Center. Salazzle is ready for battle This venomous Poison- and Fire-type
Pokémon Salazzle has its signature
Corrosion Ability, which enables it to
make even usually resistant Steel- and
Poison-type Pokémon badly poisoned
using its potent Toxic move!
On March 12th, 2017, a testing wonder card for Lycanroc (for the US Serial code) was first uploaded to the Mystery Gift servers,
and was removed as quickly as it came.
On April 9th, 2017, an image popped up, showing the US version of a Code card. (also in screenshot section above).
EU event starts on May 05, and US event starts on May 15 (uploaded early on May 13).
The actual Event differs from this Early testing card, only by Trainer ID.
Data as follows:
Species Lycanroc (Midnight) Nickname (default, save lang) OT Rocky TID 005157 Distribution Serial Code Location a lovely place Dates Not Released PID Cannot Be Shiny Games US: SM Lv. 50 Nature Random Ability No Guard (HA) Item Life Orb Bundled Item None
Classic Moves (ITALIC means Relearnable) Stone Edge Fire Fang Sucker Punch Swords Dance WC ID 606: 「Lycanroc will not miss!」's receiving text 0x2C Thank you for playing Pokémon! Please pick up your gift from the deliveryman in any Pokémon Center. Lycanroc will not miss! Opponents cannot hide from the
Rock-type Pokémon Lycanroc!
Its No Guard Ability makes sure
hard-hitting moves such as Stone Edge
and Fire Fang will not miss.
On September 07th, 2017, around 09:12 GMT, a Marshadow test card was uploaded for testing, and quickly removed.
As per previous tests, it was likely to test if the the Serial Codes they have on hand can retrieve the card from the correct Wonder Card ID slot.
As per similar style as the recent Charizard combination cards, this card is fused with Ilex's Celebi event.
Here's the few things that is wrong/notable about this card:
1. For one of the Marshadow, it instead uses English Silvally's Wonder card ID.
2. Despite using English Silvally's Wonder Card ID, most of its details is from the Japanese Ilex's Celebi event.
3. Despite using Japanese Ilex's Celebi's details, it uses the English OT Ilex, as opposed to the original Japanese OT.
Editior's note: apparently, even the testing staff is excited for Marshadow!
Internal Name: 0626_Marshadow_test
Species Marshadow Nickname (default, save lang) OT Ilex TID 112199 Distribution None Location the Johto region Dates Unreleased PID Cannot Be Shiny Games SM USUM Lv. 30 Nature Random Ability Technician (1) Item None Bundled Item None
Souvenir Moves (ITALIC means Relearnable) Heal Bell Safeguard Ancient Power Future Sight 「MARSHADOW」's receiving text 0x2C Thank you for playing Pokémon! Please pick up your gift from the deliveryman in any Pokémon Center. MARSHADOW MAAARSHADOW! Format Ver.1.0.5-3, Post Updated Date:20171012_1742
This gift was distributed in Toys "R" Us stores across the United States, distributed to commemorate the release of M08: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew.
It has been determined that 430 MYSTRY MEWs existed, though only 426 was used, and 4 were not available.
This extra 4 was created due to how the distribution procedure (when transferring to the save used by TRU) has to create 5 Mew at a time.
However, as the save maxed out on capacity, 4 MEWs, and 1 starter, was traded away.
This page holds the 4 MYSTRY MEW that were unavailable to players.
Additionally, besides the standard in-game trade Farfetch'd, every Pokémon found in the Hall of Fame of the MYSTRY Mew save has been dutifully recreated and added to here.
Recreation is based on PID, which can be used to infer the Pokémon's Nature, IVs, and even encounter slot.
Based on the data, besides Blastoise, based on encounter slot data derived from their PID,
it appears that the level shown in the Hall of Fame entries is the level they were caught at, meaning they weren't even leveled up.
Their likely use, was to be placeholder fodder, to take the brunt of attacks, while the player revives their Blastoise.
Read more here about the 430 Mew here:
In Generation IV of the core series games, a ???-type Arceus was programmed into the game, the same typing as the move Curse.
However, it goes unused, as there is no legitimate way to convert Arceus's type into ???-type.
While it is possible to change the Arceus's forme via hacking,
as it is not holding the correct plate (which doesn't exist), it will revert back to normal-type when it enters battle.
Generation V and onwards, the move Curse has been changed to ghost-type,
and this forme of Arceus has been removed.
The details below refer specifically to the file uploaded.
Species Arceus Nickname (default, in ) OT Suloku TID 47349 Distribution In-Game Encounter Location Hall of Origin Dates Feb 24, 2018 PID Not Shiny / Shiny Games Diamond Lv. 80 Nature Impish Ability Multitype (1) Item None Moves Defog (None) (None) (None)
Format Ver.1.0.6-1, Post Updated Date:20180224_0726
[The 3D animated sprite above is a custom-made sprite. This form only existed in Gen 4.]
Out there in the wild, exists a German Language Debugger's/Developer's Edition of Pokemon Ruby Version,
which contains many debugging tools, including Mystery Event distribution subroutines.
Working on the data first documented by The Cutting Room Floor and GlitchCity Forums,
the E-card Trainer was finally extracted by @jojo12100 using @suloku's tool.
There are e-Reader cards that allow you to challenge trainers in the old man's house in Mossdeep City,
and the trainer can be swapped out by scanning a different card.
This card data contains a trainer that is a Pokemon Ranger, with his name being "Card E" (Japanese: カードいイー),
and rather peculiarly have the names of his Pokemon being in English ("TOURNAMENT").
Note: Japanese games are hard coded to only display up to 5 Characters for Trainer and Pokemon Names,
even if the Pokemon has a longer name, as seen in the comparison below.
It's possible that this e-Card was originally Japanese in a earlier revision of the debug rom,
which was likely based on a japanese debug rom, before it was adapted for localization.
The nicknames of the Pokemon was likely changed during localization.
[We will not distribute the Debug Ruby Rom, and it is against our rules to ask for it]
A Battle Video was released to promote Zeraora, and various hackers went to dump the Battle Video, in order to extract the Zeraora.
What is interesting, is that this file has the same details the Japanese distribution.
The other Pokemon from the Battle Video was also added to this page.
They've been leveled to Lv.100, as their level was meant to be 100, evident by the fact that they were hyper trained.
Additionally, the Battle Video has also been added to this page!
It goes into the extdata 00001B50\user\btvideo and can then be watched from the Battle Video menu.
While this file won't make your save illegal, we don't recommend using it.
Species Zeraora Nickname (default, in ) OT フウラシティ TID 180713 Distribution Unreleased file Location 2018 Pokémon Movie Dates Jul 13, 2018 (Based on TID) PID Cannot Be Shiny Games US/UM Lv. 50 Nature Adamant Ability Volt Absorb (1) Item Air Balloon Moves (ITALIC means Relearnable) Plasma Fists Thunder Punch Close Combat Thunder
Wishing Format Ver.1.0.6-2, Post Updated Date:20180426_1757
Thanks @wwwwwwzx for the files, and @BlackShark for the Battle Video!
In Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire, players will receive a Cosplay Pikachu, after taking part in a Pokemon Contest Spectacular.
The Cosplay Pikachu comes with it's Hidden Ability Lightning Rod, and an exclusive move that changes with the costume.
Cosplay Pikachu normally cannot be obtained shiny in-game.
Through the power of hacking, theSLAYER obtained a few Cosplay Pikachu that are different from normal.
1. Shininess + Hidden Ability (Lightning Rod)
2. Shininess + Ability Slot 1 (Static)
[these were obtained by changing TID/SID of the Pokemon, to make it shiny. Also, ability changed for non-HA versions]
It's normally impossible to obtain more than one Cosplay Pikachu, and like Spiky-Eared Pikachu,
it cannot be traded (or deposited into Pokemon Bank), and cannot be transferred to future generations.
Pokémon Sun & Moon introduced a variant Pikachu that wear's Ash's Hat (Cap Pikachu) AND
Let's Go Pikachu introduced a variant that is your buddy (Partner Pikachu),
and it's interesting to note they removed shiny coloration for the alternate model that fills the shiny slot,
meaning that Cosplay Pikachu may be the last Pikachu Variant that have Shiny Models, even when shiny locked.
By jojo12100Back in the day there was a strange post in the glitchcity forum, claiming that a unobtainable Shadow Loudred briefly appears during the purification demo.
It took us a year but we finally got in our hands. Other shadow entries (presumably from the same Purification Demo) has also been included.